The comprehensive package will allow tourists to make reservations of both Gyeongchun line ITX passes, choose from various tourist attractions and pay all at once.
In a response to the growing number of Koreans preferring self-planned trips, Chuncheon and Korail voiced hopes to lure more tourists to the area with the latest one-stop online booking system.
Apart from railway tickets and accomodation options, customers, who use the new system, will be able to browse through a recommended list of experiential tours in the Chuncheon area, all at a discounted price.
Officials have picked four hotels, such as Sejong Hotel and Elysian Gangchon Resort, and seven main tourist spots that includes a luxury camping experience for children and a trip to the region’s famous Nami Island.
The all-in-one platform is slated for launch in mid-July, according to Chuncheon and Korail.
By Catherine Chung (firstname.lastname@example.org)